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  • ZK

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    Henri Chen, Robbie Cheng

    ZK is the most popular open-source SourceForge Ajax web framework that enables rich user interface for web applications with no JavaScript and little programming. ZK: Ajax without the JavaScript Framework will show you how to use this simplest Ajax framework to write real-world responsive web applications.
  • TypeScript Revealed

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    Dan Maharry

    TypeScript Revealed is a quick 100-page guide to Microsoft’s “JavaScript for application-scale development," covering the new object-oriented-like syntax, tooling, community support, and process to include it into your projects.
  • Pro Node.js for Developers

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    Colin J. Ihrig

    Pro Node.js for Developers provides readers already familiar with JavaScript with a stand-alone reference to Node.js. Across five carefully sequenced sections, and seventeen individual chapters, you will be taught about Node.js in detail. All the key concepts are presented and supported by working code samples that show the techniques in use.
  • Pro jQuery 2.0 2nd Edition

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    Adam Freeman

    jQuery is one of the most popular and powerful JavaScript libraries available today. Learn how to get the most from the latest jQuery version, jQuery 2.0, by focusing on the features you need for your project.
  • Pro JavaScript Techniques 2nd Edition

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    John Paxton, John Resig

    Pro JavaScript Techniques is the ultimate JavaScript book for today's web developer. It provides everything you need to know about modern JavaScript, and teaches you what JavaScript can do for your web sites.
  • Pro JavaScript Techniques

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    John Resig

    Pro JavaScript Techniques provides everything you need to know about modern JavaScript. This book focuses on fundamental, vital topics—what modern JavaScripting is (and isn't), the current state of browser support, and pitfalls to be wary of. It is organized into four distinct sections, each of which features several real-world examples.

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